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Pokémon TV App Now Available For iOS

Posted on Tuesday, February 12 @ 11:53:29 Eastern by Alex_Osborn
The Pokémon Company has just launched a brand-new Pokémon-centric app for the iOS platform called Pokémon TV. 

Just as its name implies, this handy little application allows you to watch a number of you favorite episodes (currently more than 50) of the creature-capturing cartoon series. There will be updates on a weekly basis, building out the library of streamable episodes. Right now, there are a total of 15 seasons, with over 700 different episodes, so there will be plenty of added content to look forward to in the weeks ahead.


Pokémon TV is available right now on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch for free. No release date for the Android version has yet been set, but support will be coming to Google's platform in due time.

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